Sunday, March 27, 2016

SATURDAY CAUCUS RESULTS: Bernie Sweeps Washington, Hawaii And Alaska As Expected

Bernie Sanders scored three wins in Western caucus contests Saturday. Though the delegate haul was marginal the wins did give Sanders and his supporters  a powerful psychological boost.

These Sanders' wins underscore Hillary Clinton's vulnerabilities with young voters and liberal activists who have been inspired by her rival's unapologetically liberal socialist message.

Clinton, for the most part, anticipated the caucus losses evidenced by her minimal campaigning efforts in the three states. Clinton's team has indicated that it is turning her focus to the April 19 contest in New York, seeking to win a large share of the delegates at stake in a state she represented in the Senate.

With almost all the precincts reporting Saturday's sweep netted Sanders a total of at least 55 delegates to Clinton's 20. Here's how it all shook out at the end of the day...

WASHINGTON

ALASKA

HAWAII


Here is the delegate count as it presently stands...



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